In his works, Kévin Bray uses a variety of media like video, graphic design to sound design, through which he questions the existence of the image and its production. Questions like ‘to what extent is a still image time-related? How do media and format interact and influence each other?’ are recurring. Bray tries to understand how the form and language of a particular medium are visualized and manipulated, in order to impose those codes onto another medium. He aims to open and diversify a language while at the same time exploring the edges of its possibilities.
Kévin Bray, It is haunting itself with a message, 2019
Background Kévin Bray (1989) is a French artist who lives and works in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. He was an artist-in-resident at the Rijksakademie, Amsterdam in 2018/19. His work has been exhibited in group exhibitions at international art spaces and museums such as Palais de Tokyo, Paris, Polansky Gallery, Prague, Deborah Bowmann, Brussels and FOAM, Amsterdam.
Works currently on show
It must return (2019)
Its gaze is at its origins (2019)
Leurs têtes s'approchent (2019)
It is urgently sliding (2019)
It looks both ways (2018)
Lui donner forme (2019)
Mass first (2019)
What it found (2019)